Sunday, August 18, 2019

COCC team heads to triathlon nationals

This will be the third year the college is sending students to compete in the Collegiate Triathlon Nationals. Last year, Central Oregon Community College sent five male competitors. This year they are sending seven...

Foundation hosts annual fundraisers for student scholarships

The Central Oregon Community College Foundation held their 39th annual Taste of the Town and Meal of the Year fundraisers in an effort to raise $350,000 for COCC Foundation Scholarships. The COCC Foundation ended up...

What happens when an earthquake hits COCC

Oregon has a chance of experiencing a magnitude-8 earthquake in the next 50 years. The Cascadia Subduction Zone runs right through Oregon, extending from British Columbia to Northern California. Earthquakes that occur in great...

Oregon Promise to reach more students with budget adjustment

By Miles Flynn | The Broadside (Contact: mflynn@cocc.edu) During a nationwide discussion of what should be done over the rising price of education, Oregon took a unique step in implementing the Oregon Promise grant. The...

Beating the Winter Blues

By Emma Kaohi | The Broadside (Contact: ekaohi@cocc.edu) On average, Bend, Oregon has 158 days of clear sunny skies, but what are you supposed to do the rest of the time? According to the U.S. National...

Group forms against OSU-Cascades site

A group opposing the OSU-Cascades site on the west side is raising $50 grand to hire a lawyer and make the new campus move. While Oregon State University-Cascades may have signed the dotted line...

Meet the new dean of Health Sciences

To the new dean of Health Sciences, working at Central Oregon Community College will be like “coming home.” A former Oregon State University graduate, Dr. Chad Harris will be returning to Oregon as the new...

COCC cost remains second lowest in state

Students at Central Oregon Community College pay the second lowest tuition and fee rates in Oregon. COCC has remained below the state average for in-district tuition and fees since 2003-04, according to the 2013-14 annual...

Weekly Top 5: Stories of 2013

James Middleton, president of COCC, to retire On April 15, Jim Middleton, the president of COCC, announced that he will be retiring June 2014. Middleton is the fourth COCC president in the college’s 63 years...

PRESS RELEASE: Central Oregon Community College’s Cascade Culinary Institute earns national award

CHICAGO-July 31, 2013: The Cascade Culinary Institute at Central Oregon Community College received this year's CAFÉ/Kendall College Green Award for exemplary practices in - and innovative teaching of - ecological sustainability. Kendall College and the...